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C the epiglottis prevents swallowed food from entering the trachea. E secretions enter the stomach from the pancreas.

D most absorbed fat first enters the lymphatic system, whereas carbohydrates directly enter the blood. B increased gene expression of db and decreased expression of ob.

B a liver abnormality that results in a decreased number of red blood cells. C ingestion of feces.

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C the transport of nutrients to the liver through the hepatic portal vessel. Table p Figure E retention of food in the stomach.

E menstruation and menopause. E only certain foods contain them. C initiate the chemical digestion of lipids in the stomach. D squirrels and some rodents. Figure Homeostatic regulation of cellular fuel.


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Review What are the 4 classes of macromolecules? B a thick, mucous secretion and active mitosis of epithelial cells. Transport of glucose into body cells Figure All the questions are exactly the same. E delay digestion until the food arrives in the small intestine. C overexpression of the leptin receptor gene.

Carbohydrate digestion Oral cavity, pharynx, esophagus Polysaccharides Salivary amylase Smaller polysaccharides Maltose Protein digestion Stomach Proteins Pepsin Small polypeptides Nucleic acid digestion Fat digestion Small intestine enzymes from pancreas DNA, RNA Fat triglycerides Pancreatic amylases Pancreatic trypsin and xampbell Pancreatic nucleases Disaccharides Smaller polypeptides Nucleotides Pancreatic lipase Pancreatic carboxypeptidase Glycerol, fatty acids, monoglycerides Figure Chemical digestion in the human digestive system.

My presentations Profile Feedback Log out. Transport of glucose into body cells and storage of glucose as glycogen Stimulus: D oxidized and converted to ATP. Niology buttons are a little bit lower. B the nutrients are subunits of important polymers. B generation of gases needed for elimination. D require the presence of hydrochloric acid to lower the pH. E inhibition of leptin receptors.

Download ppt “Chapter 41 Animal Nutrition. C the fetus makes high levels of folic acid. Which of the following is the nutritional concept that forms the basis for this preventive treatment? D a high level of secretion from parietal cells. B are excludible intracellular processes in most organisms. B fat-solubilizing bile salts. B premature entry of food into the duodenum.


A abdominal artery B coronary arteries C pulmonary veins D hepatic portal vessel E jugular vein. Bio,ogy type 2 diabetes and decreased appetite. D is not readily absorbed by the gastrointestinal tract. B allows specialized functions in specialized regions. B inactivation of leptin. C allows digestive enzymes to be more specific. D increased stomach pH.

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E these supplements are meant for those who have been deprived of healthy foods. The Need to Feed Food is taken in, taken apart, and taken viology in the process of animal nutrition In general, animals fall into three categories: E fats, but not carbohydrates, are digested by bacteria before absorption.

E tapeworms and other intestinal parasites. A muscle proteins B muscle and liver glycogen C fat stored in chaper liver D fat stored in adipose tissue E blood proteins.

C tubeworms that digest via symbionts. C rabbits and their relatives.